How are organisations responding to the increasing demands of global mobility?

ECA’s Global Mobility Organisation (GMO) Survey 2017 identified how over 220 companies, of various sizes and industries, structured the administration of their global mobility (GM) programmes. It revealed several interesting developments, indicating how GM teams intend to change in the future.

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Mar 17, 2017
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The global mobility landscape is changing. To support a growing number of international assignees and assignment types, operating in an increasing number of locations, organisations are having to adapt. ECA’s Global Mobility Organisation (GMO) Survey 2017 identified how over 220 companies, of various sizes and industries, structured the administration of their global mobility (GM) programmes. It revealed several interesting developments, indicating how GM teams intend to change in the future.

In the article, ‘The decline of the traditional expat?’, we found that sending employees to work overseas was more popular than ever before, but that there had also been some significant changes to the demographics of the typical assignee profile. Given this changing landscape within international mobility, and the need for companies to accommodate different types of assignments, how will organisations structure their GM functions in future?


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David Remedios

Head of Consultancy, ECA International

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